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this but nonetheless, the meter is running. >> certainly is. as the day ticks down. good morning, steve, gretchen and peter. it appears president obama should get out his bill signing pen. he may need it sometime after around noon today to sign new legislation raising the nation's debt ceiling. the house voted 259-161 to pass, to raise america's borrowing limit. immediately $400 billion and then by another $1.5 to $2 trillion over time. while the top senate democrat wasn't making any promises, he suggests that the bill should pass the senate. >> i'm a long time member of congress. and i never count my votes until they're cast. so i'm hopeful but know that the republicans are going to have to produce some votes and we're going to have to produce some votes and i'm not here to declare victory. we have to get this thing passed. >> while it does appear that there is enough bipartisan support in the senate to get it to the president to sign, one of the top tea party republicans in the senate intends to vote against it. and suggests that the $2 trillion in spending cuts and spending caps don't go far
of the house of delegates of the american bar association, where it first met steve. this is a series of programs underwritten by the charles gesky family, which examines the constitution in the 21st century. this examines the balance between safety, security, and public order, and the protection of civil liberties and the integrity of the constitution on the other. tonight program will focus on threats to our american justice system caused by under-funding and indecisiveness. i would like to mention that the question answer portion of the program will be moderated by a professor geoffrey hazard, a distinguished professor of law at uc hastings. the professor is a leading expert in the field of civil procedure of legal ethics and is good at asking questions. it is my pleasure to introduce our very special guest, stephen zack, president of the american bar association. with nearly 400,000 members, it is the largest volunteer professional membership organization in the world. mr. zack is the first hispanic american to serve as the president and the second to be born abroad. he was only 1
and this morning if you are in vallejo to richmond, it is a nice drive. let's go to steve. >>> thank you some low clouds there but nothing compared to what we saw yesterday and it will burn off nicely and we'll see 60s by the coast further getting any midst i do appreciate the information. i don't always show this map because i don't know where my butt on it was. 60s near the coast, right over that bay bridge we will find upper 60s and lower 70s and then over the coastal hills pushing a few upper 80s. morgan tell, gill ray up to clear lake may be. thunderstorm activity, you can see it here, popping upcoming around the high pressure system but conditions are not as good as they were. they are decreasing in coverage and starting to move off and they will continue to go to the east. i want to keep an eye on things. southwest 17 in fairfield, that is coming down and that's a sign there is less fog, see breeze coming down, i would rather see a north winds but i don't see that right now. look at this nap airport 59 and upper 50s for some. fairfield, this time of year that is cool. >>> from that area lo
up with us, it is tuesday august 2nd, i am pam cook. >> i am david clark, here is steve. >>> very good morning to you all and we have low clouds around and north bay is dealing with mid-and upper 40s so a little chill and after that sunshine does look a little warmer. i am having a hard time buying into it, 70s and some low-to- mid 80s closer to the coast. sal? >> reporter: traffic on interstate 80 driving to oakland doing well, driving 680 pass the mission in fremont, let's go back to the desk. >>> we are following a developing story and there is a police investigation on interstate 580. that is where alley is to tell us about what is happening, alley? >> reporter: chp just opened all westbound lanes near 180th avenue and that's why we had to move because it was no longer safe for us and as you mentioned, there is a criminal investigation on interstate 580. you are looking at live picture where you can see a flatbed truck that was towed away and they took this car to a hanger type area. we believe it is a substation for alameda sheriff's officers and we have learned from seafood
, august 2nd. we are taking a look at the dome this morning. straight up 5:00. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. welcome to fox 5 morning news. let's say hello to tony perkins to go the latest on our weather today and it will be a warm one but shouldn't feel as bad as it has. >> no, actually, a few degrees cooler, relative terms than it was yesterday when we got up to 100 degrees and not quite as humid. it will still be hot but we have to grab onto whatever we k your current temperatures this morning, 75 degrees. relative humidity is at 73%. we'll have more humidity in the morning than we will in the affect. your wind are -- your wind are out of the southwest at eight -- your winds are out of the southwest at eight miles per hour. last night, as expected, we had the thunderstorms come through. some areas of heavy rain, thunder, heightening. all of that has pushed offshore now. we do have some clouds out there but generally speaking, we'll see clearing conditions and plenty of sunshine across the region for today. so the forecast for today looks like this. hot, not quite as humi
lights are on. >> let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sal. some low cases in the north bay dipped in the 40s, especially napa county. we might see a little warmup for some inland areas, emphasis on a little bit. these temperatures are about an hour ago. kentwood, and sebastopol at 49. low clouds, sunny, warmer for a few. not for everybody. there's still a lot of 80s. vacaville, up to lake county, ukiah. that's about it. low clouds, sunny, warm will give way to an increase in the -- in the fog and temperatures will cool down as we head into -- it it looks like thursday and friday. later in the afternoon, thunderstorms pop up south of tahoe and truckee. southern california still dealing with a little. they are decreasing. the air is not really conducive for thunderstorm activity. it's out of the southwest. west-southwest 22. that's pretty strong for fairfield. that's why i'm having a hard time buying into any warmup. there's too much in the way of low clouds and a sea breeze. 50s, low, muper -- mid- to upper. just a series of systems continues to -- the pattern is stuck. everything is just lo
giffords making a return to the capitol to cast her vote. steve handelsman reports. >> reporter: finally a bipartisan debt deal through the house. >> the bill has passed and without objection. >> reporter: 174 republicans and 95 democrats voting yes, including democrat gabby giffords, back on the hill for the first time since being shot in the face in january. burned out lawmakers finally had something to applaud. [ applause ] >> reporter: many in congress heat the debt deal. >> but default for the united states of america is not an option. >> reporter: even in some in the tea party voted yes. >> it's not perfect, but it takes us down that first step to start getting out of this. >> reporter: the compromise plan would cut about $1 trillion in spending right away and form a new bipartisan super committee to find another $1.5 trillion in savings by november. senate liberals are outraged at the first round cut in social programs. >> we can do that, but we simply can't ask one more dollar of shared sacrifice from the millionaires and billionaires. >> reporter: democrats think they'll win tax
. i want to tell you about just one: steve finnerty from bedford. i talked to steve earlier today. he's a civil engineer and worked for the f.a.a. for the last 15 years. he's the sole breadwinner for his family of five. he has a young daughter and a pair of year-old twins who are struggling with medical issues. he's already lost nearly two weeks of pay, and he's not sure that he's going to get that pay back even when he does go back to work. he's concerned understandably about how he's going to pay his mortgage and his doctor bills and the grocery bills and all the other needs that his family has. and now he's facing the possibility of an entire month without pay. and there are thousands of people all across the country who are stuck in the same circumstance who want to get back to work, who we need to get back to work. we need them to get back to work so they can pay their mortgages and their children's college tuitions and their medical bills. we need them to get back to work so they can continue to build a g.p.s.-based air traffic control system like every other industrialized have
. perspective as we bring in the panel. steve hayes, stand stand. charles lane, editorial writer for "washington post." sindcated columnist, charles krauthammer. chuck, overall thoughts about the whole whatever it is we watched in the past couple of weeks. >> well, call me crazy. but i'm willing to say the cup half full. my reasoning is we have gone through a brutal debate. it did end in a compromise. the debt ceiling meltdown scenario got avoided. the debate sharpened and crystallized. it had pep traited the country's consciousness, the public is really focused on the nation's financial conditions in a really serious way. there were endless antics in washington, but the issue is squarely confronting the country in a healthy way. >> bret: steve, late today, moody's came out and reaffirmed the government triple-a credit rating but gave at it negative outlook. one of the concern was the joint committee that the bill sets up. here is a quote. while the combination of the congressional committee process and the automatic triggers provides a mechmism to induce fiscal discipline -- this is actually no
steve good morning. >> thank you so much coming up fox 5 morning news. >> we all want to welcome back congress woman giffords here. [ applause ] >>> an historic moment of great emotion cuts through weeks of partisan bickering as gabrielle giffords stuns her colleagues with a return to the house chamber to cast her vote on the debt limit bill. >> just hours from what may be a final vote in the senate if it passes the president will place his signature on the measure allowing out the go forward and avoid a default. we will talk with jonathan edwards, fox 5 morning news at 7 starts now. >>> take a lookout side, at our tower cam high over wisconsin avenue northwest washington tuesday morning, august 2nd. 2011. good morning glad you are with us, i am steve. >> i am alison seymour. let's see what the weather will be doing we check with tony good morning. >> good morning to you and everybody, we have got for you another hot day on tap today, it won't be as hot yesterday, believe it or not it got up to 100 degrees at regan national airport. saw storms come through too, quiet this morning
out tomorrow, tax hikes still could be on the table in the future. steve handlesman on capitol hill with more on the story. steve? >> reporter: maybe in the near future. here on the hill, tax hikes remain possible because our deficit is still growing even though today's vote stopped default. 11 hours before the deadline. >> the senate will come to order. >> reporter: the debt deal passed the senate easily. >> the ayes are 74 -- >> a spending spree may actually be coming to an end. >> spend, spend, spend to cut, cut, cut. >> reporter: despondent democrats just got no default. >> almost everything else about this deal stinks. >> reporter: there's no new revenue, no tax hikes. >> it's really unfair for billionaires and multimillionaires not to be contributing to the arrangement we just made. >> reporter: democrats led by president obama vowed to get the tax hikes they demanded this year. >> everyone's going to have to chip in, that's only fair. >> reporter: part of the debt deal passed yesterday by the house is a super committee. 12 lawmakers who by december will virtually dictate deep
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will make things worse. with me now, steve perlesteen for "the washington post" and jim tankersly, economics correspondent for "the national journal." gentlemen, this is still a pretty ugly economy out there. during the whole debt ceiling issue, debate, we saw jobs, you know, job numbers basically be stagnant, unemployment rate go up. >> and big -- >> and the gdp number, the output number and then the manufacturing index, a pretty good index, actually, basically flat lining, meaning not growing, not shrinking. >> right on the line of recession, versus no recession. >> what is going on? a couple of things you need to remember. number one, government doesn't control the economy. we get into these debates and think the dials in washington, just get them right, the economy will -- doesn't work that way. and government has an effect at the margin, but at this point, the major thing going on is the thing that has been going on for the last three years. we had an economy that was much too big. people in the wrong places with the wrong skills, too many office buildings, too many stores, too many com
over. steve kingston distorts our coverage. >> it has been a ferocious fight. nerves frayed, reputations guard on both sides. but finally it is over. >> congress has approved a compromise to reduce the deficit and avert a default that would have devastated our economy. it was a long and contentious debate. >> the agreement was sealed by a vote in the senate. who got the better deal? listen to the difference between gleeful republicans and reluctant democrats. >> this is a welcome change in behavior, and i gladly support it. make no mistake. this is a change in behavior from spend, spend, spend to cut, cut, cut. >> to be frank, almost everything else about this bill states, and it stinks to high heaven. >> it has come to this because america is deep in the red. with every dollar the government spends, 40 cents is borrowed money. congress sets a ceiling on that, currently a little over $14 trillion. the government will hit that ceiling today, but this bill raises it by a further $2.40 trillion in exchange for spending cuts. the white house admits that at times this debate has
on our democrat's line in here is deep. eco gomic ahead, steve.ju you get the last word thisicm er evening. >> caller: thanke i am surprised that i agree with florida.can from texas do -- but if this debt is hanging over the nation, why are increase taxes not on the table? why this reactionary feeling toward taxes? i just don't understand. i mean if you look at the taxes versuswi the growth, the nationt growth over the past 30 years and you look at a graph, and if you can find some correlation either positive or negative between the marginalin tax rate and growth, annual growth in the economy, we should be working il hollywood as you have that much of an imagination. >> host: thanks for all the calls and we dr. k appreciate tr reminder to "washington journal" tomorrow morning at 7:00 eastern nd they are there every day for your phonecalls and comments. the house is done. they finish their legislative work wrapping up this evening with speeches however david drucker of roll call right about the unfinishedbl business in the house.issued this a would be the faa authorization b
>> peter: my pleasure. >> steve: anyway off to your regular job. >> gretchen: log on to for our after the show show. or tune in to kill need and friends, i'm -- kilmeade and friends. i'm filling in for brian. the battle over raising the debt ceiling facing another hurdle in washington. we await a vote in the senate on a plan that was passed late last night by the house 269-161. that bill calls for $2 trillion in budget cuts the next 10 years. republican eric cantor followed by nancy pelosi. their take as you might expect rather different. >> i think the big win for us and the american people is the fact that there are no tax hikes in this package. and i'm told that the leader on the other side of the building. the majority leader went to the floor and indicated some how i changed my position on that. i can tell you flat out she is wrong. i insist now is not the time for us to be considering tax hikes when there is over 9% unemployment and too many people out of work. >> congressman cleaver said this is a satan sandwich. it probably is with some freeze on the side. we were forced
things. i want to say thank you to steve for helping me head this whole thing up. appreciate that. [applause] and then to the budget staff, headed up by the great bragg wagner, thank you very much. -- greg wagner. [cheers and applause] greg, you had a wonderful staff did you assemble them and focused on them. i want to name them all, because i know they're going places. that includes rick wilson, monice, megan, rebecca, liel, renee, alessa, jonathan, eash, star, and kate. thank you very much, all of you. [applause] and i want to again give a shout out to all of the department heads. they have been so patient. and even though i have not held to many department head meetings, i think i have relieve you of a lot of that. but all of you department heads, and i do not have to go through all of you, but i want to signal again that it has been wonderful to work with you in different capacities with such a difficult budget this year, you all came through to you did really get jobs in farming and advising members of the board of supervisors as well and really contributing to this whole bud
battle in fear months over tax hikes. i'm steve handelsman, news4 capitol hill. >>> joining us on the phone is jerry connolly from northern virginia. thank you for being with us. a lot of democrats had reservations about this bill. did you have reservations and why did you vote yes if you did. >> to look at this bill without having reservations it does not include revenue and, frankly, the cuts we're looking at are -- having said that, the choice we faced was an imperfect proposal but that moves us forward today or a catastrophic default of the national debt and our credit worthiness tomorrow and that's the choice we faced. >> it was quite a moment, was it not when representative gabrielle giffords showed up on the house floor. did you expect that? tell me what that was like. >> we had heard a rumor just before she arrived and most didn't believe it and we were -- i think there wasn't a dry eye in the room. it was such an emotional moment and it was the old gabby giffords. her hair needs growing back but the rest of her looked the way she did before. and it was so reassuring to
. he expects super steve to make a minor league rehab starts in the next 7-10 days, probably at single a hagerstown. more over, strasburg could join the major league club in the next three to five weeks replacing zimmerman in the lineup. braves hosting atlanta tonight. who cares, says hernandez. jason scores 2-1 nats. then in the 5th, speaking of pitchers who can hit, nats beat the braves 5-3. winnetka, illinois, savannah, georgia, tallahassee florida, the former world number four dropped as low as 173 but he's on his way back. playing his opener this year against ito of japan. and if you went to get a turkey wrap, you mixed it. 56 minutes. 6-3, 6-3 for blake. blake is now ranked 90th will go to round two. finally tonight if you're a jaded sports fan who needs to rediscover his love of the game, please watch this. this is red sox pitcher josh beckett at fenway the other day. walks offer and hands the baseball to a kid in the front row. how much does it mean to the kid? he breaks down in tears right on daddy's showeder. it just reminds us all of how and when we all fell in love with spo
there is a little weirdness. >> steve: people are allowed to have costume parades. >> yes. >> stephen: people spend the night at your house, is that true? occasionally. okay is this a cult? are you dear leader father of a krult? do you have child brides? how much control do you have over those people? >> that's why we came up with our list of ten corps values. if you do a google list you can see what they are and it's not myself out there hiring people. it's actually everyone in the company knows what the corps values are. and they help, they make the business decisions based on the corps values in terms of what is right for the company and customers. >> stephen: the tphoerbgts says at times mr. hsieh comes across as an alien who has stud you'd human beings in order to live among them. [laughter] >> it is partially true. >> stephen: are we making news right now? >> tonight on this show i'm -- no, actually in delivering happiness there's a section that talks about the science of happiness. that's actually a really interesting part of psychology that i started reading up there's a lot of interesting
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to talk to two members of the house, u.s. congressman steve israel who backed the deal, and congressman barney frank who voted nay. plus politics aside. what this deal did to the economy. wow. the dow fell 265 points today. it was down for the eighth day in a row. a first rough reaction. not a good one at what congress did. president obama says the deal will make things stronger, but if you want to know what happens when you cut government spending during tough times, take a look way back to 1937 during the new deal. we know how that story ends. and the mittness protection program. mitt romney, the republican front ronnor, the guy who says he can run a business and fix the economy, but he's been awfully quiet on the debt issue. call him a debt dodger. finally, let me finish with mugger and the victim who got away this time. let's begin with what the tea party will do next time around. nbc political analyst david corn. and ron reagan is a political commentator. i want the gut reaction of both of you guy. how does your gut feel after you saw the senate vote down with a three quarters vote
into a deadly bomb more than 16 years ago. just a little bit can be made into bombs like this. steve centanni is live in washington to tell us more. >> reporter: this new government crackup would force anyone selling or buying ammonium nitrate to register with the government. it comes two weeks after the latest example of the fertilizer's destructive capability. a nor we june man bombed a government building in oslo. the most notable example was 15 years ago when timothy mcveigh bombed the federal building in oklahoma city. his attack killed 168 people and injured hundreds. congress was asked to regulate the fertilizer in 2007 but there was opposition from the government because of the record keeping. they would lou their names to be checked against terror watchlists. january net that polwatchlists. the fertilizer industry says unfortunately regulation is necessary in a statement their spokesperson says, this provides for an added layer of public safety trial preserving the fertilizer for its intended use. shannon: steve centanni, the latest in washington. thank you, steve. nothing illegal ab
the president take snen i want to welcome strategist margaret hooper, and also from is steve kornanke, and steve, tonight, the president's critics are piling on. do you agree he is the biggest loser? >> well, i agree it is the triumph for the tea party and a triumph to tr most conservative element. when you look at sort of how this debate set up in the first place, it was a president who said, absolutely fundamentally my bottom line is that this country cannot default on august 2nd, and that is his position all along and no one has doubted that. but the position of the republicans is that we hope that the country doesn't default on august 2nd, but at love t t lot members are okay if it does, and if you don't want to it to happen, this is the list of items you have to sign off on to avoid it. >> and if you listen to any of the democratic guests coming on the night, they are not map hap with the president and saying this is what he has to do if he wants to win in 2012 and what could he have done better? >> well, there were realistically, since this is set up, two possibilities all along
introduce to you the chair of our democratic congressional campaign committee, steve israel of no. >> thank you very much. the legislation to extend the debt ceiling may not have been a great deal but it is now a done deal. we are moving forward into august, we will spend august holding republicans in the house accountable for eight months of wrong choices for the american people in two areas, jobs and medicare. house republicans made a decision, they were willing to close down the government but they have not produced one single bill to open up small business in this country. not one bill to open up a small business and create jobs in this country. house republicans made a decision. they made a decision with the ryan budget, they made a decision 20 years ago when they said they would allow medicare to wither on a vine and they have been fighting that battle relentlessly every single day for decades. culminating in them being in the majority of the house of representatives trying to pass a ryan budget which would add $6,000 to the medical costs of senior citizens in order to fund corporate
deal ... good afternoon i'm steve sanders >>and an dina bair we welcome you watching on wgn america and on the web ... the debt ceiling will be raised through next year through this compromise plan where a committee will be established to look for a long term fiscal reform ... we aborts now from michigan democrat carl levin ... >>and its ideology so extreme reeks economic havoc if these conservatives do not get their way ... >>liberal democrats in the house like jesse jackson jr. and jan schakowsky did not vote yes for the bill and republicans kym johnson joe walsh and randy hultgren voted no for the bill ... >>agreeing on a debt deal has been a long and stressful ordeal but the house was all smiles when gabrielle giffords made a surprise appearance on the floor to cast her vote for the first time since being shot in january she was given a standing ovation she voted in support of the bill ... >>we were also blown away ... there was not a dry eye in the house i whispered to myself welcome back i really didn't know her what a moment it was really amazing she made it ... >>gabrie
her vote, it was as if to say gabby is back. >> reporter: of course, congressman steve israel knows she isn't quite back, and won't be for some time. giffords is still undergoing intensive physical therapy in houston, after being shot in the head in a tucson rampage that killed six. so she's walking very well now. her chief of staff was at the congresswoman's side last night. >> it was a very proud moment for her. it was really the only vote that mattered since the shooting and she didn't want to miss it. >> reporter: she confirmed today that team giffords is laying the ground work for a re-election bid in 2012. so girds can run again if she feels ready. >> pelley: thank you, nancy. tropical storm emily is rolling through the caribbean, it's about 200 miles south of puerto rico, gaining strength as it moves west. forecasters say emily could reach south florida by the end of the week. in texas, there is a historic drought, and that has revealed a piece of american history. it is part of the space shuttle columbia, which broke apart on reentry in 2003, killing all seven members of the
influential in american politics. bachmann. palin. steve king from iowa. louie gomert from texas. chafitz, giving orrin hatch run for his money in the senate they're for real. >> bob: that is your list of powerful -- >> eric: it is. >> bob: we may disagree with that. i look at it from a national -- look, i gave them credit for bringing this issue up to the forefront. it worked. although most of them voted against it. keep that in mind yesterday in the house. tea party people. in the off-career election. >> because it changed. >> eric: in the mid-term election, what the tea party did, it scared republicans. >> bob: they left you with three empty senate seats. we would never have won nevada, delaware or colorado if it hadn't been for the fact they nominated tea party candidates. the polling shows one thing. people believe the tea party is off to the way far right but they are getting the identity of the republican party. that is the danger. >> eric: changing miles per hour politics, moving it to the right. yes or no? >> monica: of course. the tea party didn't grow out of a reaction to obama
. good morning. thank you for waking up with fox 5 morning news. >> i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm steve chenevey. this was the view from our tower cam late last night looking south from northwest d.c. several warpings were issued across the area as the veer weather moved through. it did have some damage down to the south but some other places didn't really get much at all. it was a mixed bag last night. >> absolutely. some folk would get it and some folks would not as we said and that is how it played out. i had several minutes of very heavy rain where i was and other people got no precipitation what soviet. national airport got no rain. so no rain for us today. we'll have a dry day. another warm day, not quite as warm as yesterday. not as humid as yesterday either. take a look. these are the latest stats coming to us from reagan national airport where right now, it is 75 degrees. you saw in that live shot, a little bit of haze out there. not as much as we had yesterday. winds are out of west at five miles per hour. here is a look at the satellite- radar. you will see the tail end of th
with the wjz the fan sports report. and another day of training in owings mills. >> owner steve bisciotti was out there. he's got a hip replacement coming up, he was telling me. the ravens today, reached back to their past to help out their present. center. casey ra balk is coming back to baltimore, where he started his career 10 years ago. raw buck played the last six seasons. now, give the ravens insurance behind matt burke. speaking of injuries. both sidelined. minor ailments. newly acquired fullback daunte leak. he can join in on thursday. also new, the ravens, defensive coordinator. here chatting with. strong assessment of the group that he'll be upon coaching on defense. >> smart football team. a team that doesn't beat itself. plays with great fundamentals and technique. plays with passion. best tackling team in the nfl. most physical. and just dominate people. and when we walk out of the tunnel and out of that locker room, you know, we expect to shut people out and play great defense. >> reporter: from tough talk to a post practice treat. an ice cream truck rolls right onto the fie
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